Alain Sutter, who was Hodgson's creative force in the Switzerland team, recalls his experiences under the current England manager
Michigan police chief says man who allegedly shot the 19-year-old in the face claims his gun discharged accidentally
Kwame Kilpatrick oversaw the downfall of the now-bankrupt city that was once the beating heart of US car production
Invented in 1963, the lava lamp's fortunes have risen and fallen over the years
Crime novels spawned several film adaptations, including Get Shorty starring John Travolta and Danny DeVito
Uncashed cheque discovered one month after it was received gives a glimpse into city's financial troubles
US crime writer Elmore Leonard is recovering from a stroke in a Detroit hospital.
Marijuana has been found on a tour bus belonging to "Baby" singer Justin Bieber as it crossed into America from Canada, according to Detroit Customs and Border Protection.
City is crippled by debts of up to $20bn following decades of decline in the automotive industry
Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner was hit last year but Yemen branch has just announced death
Musician Jack White has played springtime Santa, paying a $142,000 back tax bill for Detroit's historic Masonic Temple. The move prevents a threatened auction of the famed venue where The Who and the Rolling Stones once played.
By-product of tar-sands refining pits struggling industrial city against billionaire brothers
Kevyn Orr helped organise the successful restructuring of Chrysler, when the venerable car maker was considered all but dead. Now the top bankruptcy lawyer has an even tougher task: to lead Detroit – the city that rose and fell with America’s car industry – back from the brink of ruin.
McDonald's and Finley's Management deny any liability but say the settlement is in their best interests
US rapper Eminem will take to the stage to headline the Reading and Leeds festivals next year - more than a decade after he first topped the bill.
They don't have the big names, a Triple Crown winner or a $200m [£124m]-plus slugger. But for the second time in three years the San Francisco Giants rule baseball, clinically completing a four-game sweep of the Detroit Tigers to win one of the most lopsided World Series in recent years late on Sunday night.